Brief reviews of ‘Rabbit Hole’ and ‘A Night in Casablanca’
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There is a good mix of much appreciated films this week, I just happen to be in the minority by either disliking or being disinterested in all of them.
2011 Sundance Line-Up, early ‘Tron’ review, pics from ‘Tree of Life’, clips from ‘Rabbit Hole’…
The 2011 Independent Spirit Awards have been announced and the film leading the charge include ‘Winter’s Bone’ and ‘The Kids Are All Right.’
Blockbuster is back, Day-Lewis is Lincoln, ‘Nutcracker’ is bad, Netflix causes guilt…
One of the films that could sneak up on the frontrunners in the Oscar race this year is John Cameron Mitchell’s ‘Rabbit Hole.’
Film power 100, no more ‘Haml3t’, logo for ‘Brave’, Julianne Moore loves to cry…
Few races in this season’s Oscar race are shaping up to be more exciting than Best Actress. Here is my breakdown of the race so far.
One of the hottest films that entered the Toronto International Film Festival without a distributor was John Cameron Mitchell’s ‘Rabbit Hole.’
The Best Picture predictions now have a new feature called “The Odds”. Each film is given a percentage based on how likely I think it is to get nominated for an Oscar in that respective category.
Critics seem to have fallen in like with John Cameron Mitchell’s latest film.
Although film festivals like Sundance, Venice, and Cannes have gradually been showing that they are strong indicators of the Awards season, there is still one definitive film festival when it comes to gauging the Oscar race – Toronto.
TFE talks to Julianne Moore, Barry Levinson is back in the director’s chair, ‘Rabbit Hole’ gets a poster, ‘Welcome to the Rileys’ gets a trailer.
Here are 10 books that have been adapted into films that are being released this fall. All of them have Oscar potential. Which books will you be reading this summer?
2009 has overstayed its welcome and it’s time to get moving ahead into the new year. My first review of a 2010 film should be showing up next week. As the wrap up of 2009 films comes to an end it is time to look forward to what we can expect in 2010. Here are […]